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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Time Warner Cable
) (formerly Warner Cable Communications) is an American cable television company that operates in 28 states and has 31 operating divisions. Its corporate headquarters are located in the Time Warner Center in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, with other corporate offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts; Columbus, Ohio; Buffalo, New York; Charlotte, North Carolina; and Herndon, Virginia. Originally controlled by Time Warner, Time Warner Cable was spun out as a independent company in March 2009. - Source: Wikipedia
New York regulators plan to take public comments at upcoming hearings on the planned merger between Time Warner Cable and Comcast.
State regulators will conduct a review of the merger between Time Warner Cable and Comcast to determine whether the union is in the best interest of New York customers.
Priming itself for the age of Internet-delivered video, AT&T Inc. said it would buy DirecTV for $48.5 billion in cash and stock, or $95 per share.
The herky-jerkiness of my Netflix video stream is nothing compared with my jittery nerves.
Los Angeles is suing Time Warner Cable for about $9.7 million, claiming the company withheld years of fees.
Dish is looking to push back against Comcast, which announced it'll merge with Time Warner. But is Comcast going to be too big to handle?
Comcast Corp.'s blockbuster $45.2 billion deal to acquire top rival Time Warner Cable will further transform the cable landscape, creating the first national cable network and presenting new challenges for rivals, regulators and viewers from Los Angeles to New York City.
AP source: Comcast to buy Time Warner Cable for $45B in all-stock deal, trumping Charter's bid.
Time Warner Cable has agreed to carry San Diego Padres games on Fox Sports San Diego, ending a two-year stalemate that affected 22 percent of the county.
Time Warner Cable is offering customers a $5 credit after a blackout caused many in the Los-Angeles area to miss the first hour of the Super Bowl.
A blackout that cut off the Super Bowl telecast for Time Warner Cable customers in Southern California for about an hour has ended.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will have a new look during the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship as Hendrick Motorports has finally sold the remaining inventory on his No. 88 Chevrolet.
The Los Angeles Dodgers formally announced a deal with Time Warner Cable on Monday to create a new TV channel that people familiar with the situation say assures the team more than $7 billion over 25 years. That is double what Major League Baseball thought the local TV rights were worth when the team was sold out of bankruptcy just last year.
Time Warner Cable Inc. has won a contract to carry Los Angeles Dodgers games for at least the next two decades starting in 2014, snatching the games away from Fox Sports after this year's baseball season ends, according to a person familiar with the matter.
BeIN Sport says it has reached agreements to be carried in English and Spanish by Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, deals that will expand the U.S. distribution for broadcasts on Spain's La Liga, Italy's Serie A and France's Ligue 1.